September 18 2019 5 AM KRPS Newscast

The University of Kansas plans to save a million dollars a year by closing the Center for STEM Learning. Celia Llopis-Jepsen of the Kansas News Service says the decision worries math and science teachers who got their start there.

Kansas schools have a new, anonymous method for reporting safety concerns. The Suspicious Activity Report is a form on the Kansas Bureau of Investigation’s website.

Frog and toad populations along the Missouri River soared this year after months of springtime flooding created near-perfect breeding conditions. As St. Louis Public Radio’s Shahla Farzan reports … biologists say the population boom has helped them study several rare species.

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89.9 KRPS Morning Edition Host and Producer Fred Fletcher-Fierro

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